Carter Page Says He Consulted For FBI, CIA, State Department For Years Before Becoming Subject Of Russia Probe

Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page told FNC's Maria Bartiromo today on "Sunday Morning Futures" that he was an information source for the State Department, FBI, and CIA for years before he became a subject of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. "I was asked various questions, not only by State, FBI, etc, but also the CIA," he said. "I had a long-standing relationship with the CIA going back decades essentially, and I was always very transparent, open." "I had a longstanding relationship with the CIA, going back decades, essentially," Page said. "I was always very transparent, open."